Ajla Tomljanovic says she's a "glass half-empty" woman when it comes to fretting over her tennis career, but that glass is brimming over right now as she prepares for the biggest match of her career against Ash Barty at Wimbledon.
A jilted ex-lover vowed to kill love rival Jakob Opacic, brother of NRL player Tom Opacic, before he was found fatally injured on the side of the road, court documents reveal.
Australia's coronavirus vaccine rollout has been likened to The Hunger Games with states desperate for increased supplies to further bolster jab rates.
Nick Kyrgios "knows he is welcome" at the Tokyo Olympics as the tennis star weighs up whether to be part of Australia's 472-strong Games team, which features a record number of women and Indigenous athletes.
Three aged care residents at a northwest Sydney facility have caught COVID-19 from an infected staff member, with at least 140 employees now in self-isolation.
England are going back home to a European Championship semi-final date with tournament sentimental favourites Denmark after overwhelming Ukraine 4-0 in Rome.
Many have tried over this past few weeks but nobody has yet managed to crack the bewildering Barbora Krejcikova puzzle.
NSW is seeing "green shoots" of hope but it's too soon to say whether Sydney's lockdown will end next week, according to Premier Gladys Berejiklian.
The police car that pursued an Indigenous man through suburban Melbourne at more than 150km/h in the seconds before his death has been likened to a "missile".
The Northern Territory's COVID-19 lockdowns have ended, but residents will have to wear masks and socially distance in public for seven more days.